5 Injuries to Avoid in the Workplace

Every year, millions of people are injured in workplace accidents, many of which could have been prevented. In fact, the U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics released a report showing that, in 2015, there were 2.9 million non-fatal workplace accidents and injuries reported by employers within the private…

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5 Tips for Preventing Work-Related Injuries at Your Company

Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) statistics show that every year, about 4,800 American workers are killed on the job. Many of these happen in construction jobs, and at least 600 of these deaths could have been prevented by maintaining safe workplaces and practices for employees. With this statistic in…

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3 Reasons Even Minor Workplace Injuries Need Professional Attention

Were you just injured at work? You should really get it looked at right away, even if the injury seems minor. There are a number of reasons to do this, and we’ll go over the most important ones below. Minor Injuries Can Indicate Safety Risks Even minor workplace injuries can…

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Risky Business: A Short Guide To Preventing And Reacting To Workplace Injuries

Workplace injuries are most common in high-risk industries, such as with utilities, construction and more. However, even someone working at a desk job in your office can develop a workplace injury, such as with carpal tunnel syndrome, a slip and fall accident and more. The financial loss that your company…

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Three Steps to Take After Being Injured On the Job

Work injuries are common occurrences that can cause severe physical distress and loss of wages. It is the responsibility of the business to provide a safe environment for workers to prevent these injuries as much as possible. If you experience an injury at work, you should take three actions to…

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Shoulder Injuries in High School

Like concussions, shoulder injuries are the bane of many high school athletes. A study published January in Pediatrics calculated that US high school athletes sustained 820,691 shoulder injuries from 2005 to 2012, spanning seven academic years. Looking at injury reports from a ‘nationally representative’ sample of 100 high schools, researchers…

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